Java Code Examples for org.jsoup.nodes.Document#createShell()

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Example 1
Source Project: FairEmail   File: JsoupEx.java    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
static Document parse(String html) {
        try {
/*
        org.jsoup.UncheckedIOException: java.io.IOException: Input is binary and unsupported
                at org.jsoup.parser.CharacterReader.<init>(SourceFile:38)
                at org.jsoup.parser.CharacterReader.<init>(SourceFile:43)
                at org.jsoup.parser.TreeBuilder.initialiseParse(SourceFile:38)
                at org.jsoup.parser.HtmlTreeBuilder.initialiseParse(SourceFile:65)
                at org.jsoup.parser.TreeBuilder.parse(SourceFile:46)
                at org.jsoup.parser.Parser.parse(SourceFile:107)
                at org.jsoup.Jsoup.parse(SourceFile:58)
*/
            return Jsoup.parse(html.replace("\0", ""));
        } catch (OutOfMemoryError ex) {
            Log.e(ex);
            Document document = Document.createShell("");
            Element strong = document.createElement("strong");
            strong.text(Log.formatThrowable(ex));
            document.body().appendChild(strong);
            return document;
        }
    }
 
Example 2
Source Project: flow   File: JavaScriptBootstrapUITest.java    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
@Test
public void should_restoreIndexHtmlTitle() {
    AppShellRegistry registry = new AppShellRegistry();
    mocks.setAppShellRegistry(registry);
    VaadinRequest request = mocks.createRequest(mocks, "/foo");

    Document document = Document.createShell("");
    org.jsoup.nodes.Element title = document.createElement("title");
    title.appendText("index-html-title");
    document.head().appendChild(title);

    registry.modifyIndexHtml(document, request);

    ui.navigate("empty");
    assertNull(ui.getInternals().getTitle());
    ui.navigate("dirty");
    assertEquals("index-html-title", ui.getInternals().getTitle());
}
 
Example 3
static Document sanitizeCompose(Context context, String html, boolean show_images) {
    try {
        Document parsed = JsoupEx.parse(html);
        return sanitize(context, parsed, false, show_images);
    } catch (Throwable ex) {
        // OutOfMemoryError
        Log.e(ex);
        Document document = Document.createShell("");
        Element strong = document.createElement("strong");
        strong.text(Log.formatThrowable(ex));
        document.body().appendChild(strong);
        return document;
    }
}
 
Example 4
static Document sanitizeView(Context context, Document parsed, boolean show_images) {
    try {
        return sanitize(context, parsed, true, show_images);
    } catch (Throwable ex) {
        // OutOfMemoryError
        Log.e(ex);
        Document document = Document.createShell("");
        Element strong = document.createElement("strong");
        strong.text(Log.formatThrowable(ex));
        document.body().appendChild(strong);
        return document;
    }
}
 
Example 5
@Before
public void setup() throws Exception {
    logger = mockLog(VaadinAppShellInitializer.class);
    assertNull(getDevModeHandler());

    servletContext = Mockito.mock(ServletContext.class);
    mocks = new MockServletServiceSessionSetup();
    service = mocks.getService();
    Mockito.when(servletContext.getAttribute(Mockito.anyString()))
            .then(invocationOnMock -> attributeMap
                    .get(invocationOnMock.getArguments()[0].toString()));
    Mockito.doAnswer(invocationOnMock -> attributeMap.put(
            invocationOnMock.getArguments()[0].toString(),
            invocationOnMock.getArguments()[1])).when(servletContext)
            .setAttribute(Mockito.anyString(), Mockito.any());

    ServletRegistration registration = Mockito
            .mock(ServletRegistration.class);
    context = new VaadinServletContext(servletContext);

    initParams = new HashMap<>();
    Mockito.when(registration.getInitParameters()).thenReturn(initParams);

    classes = new HashSet<>();

    Map<String, ServletRegistration> registry = new HashMap<>();
    registry.put("foo", registration);
    Mockito.when(servletContext.getServletRegistrations())
            .thenReturn((Map) registry);
    Mockito.when(servletContext.getInitParameterNames())
            .thenReturn(Collections.emptyEnumeration());

    initializer = new VaadinAppShellInitializer();
    document = Document.createShell("");

    pushConfiguration = Mockito.mock(PushConfiguration.class);
}
 
Example 6
Source Project: flow   File: ElementUtilTest.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
@Test
public void toAndFromJsoup() {
    final String EXPECTED_TEXT_1 = "Some text";
    final String EXPECTED_TEXT_2 = "Other text";

    Element originalElement = ElementFactory.createDiv();
    originalElement.appendChild(ElementFactory.createParagraph(EXPECTED_TEXT_1)
            .appendChild(ElementFactory.createDiv(EXPECTED_TEXT_2)));

    Document jDocument = Document.createShell("http://example.com");

    Node jNode = ElementUtil.toJsoup(jDocument, originalElement);

    Optional<Element> optionalElement = ElementUtil.fromJsoup(jNode);

    Assert.assertTrue("Element should have been created from jNode",
            optionalElement.isPresent());

    Element recreatedElement = optionalElement.get();

    // root
    Assert.assertEquals("Root element should be div", "div",
            recreatedElement.getTag());
    // child
    Assert.assertEquals("Child element should be a paragraph", "p",
            recreatedElement.getChild(0).getTag());
    Assert.assertEquals("Child element should have text", EXPECTED_TEXT_1,
            recreatedElement.getChild(0).getText());
    // grand-child (#1, since #0 is the text node)
    Assert.assertEquals("Grand-child element should be a div", "div",
            recreatedElement.getChild(0).getChild(1).getTag());
    Assert.assertEquals("Grand-child element should have text",
            EXPECTED_TEXT_2,
            recreatedElement.getChild(0).getChild(1).getText());
}
 
Example 7
Source Project: astor   File: Parser.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Parse a fragment of HTML into the {@code body} of a Document.
 *
 * @param bodyHtml fragment of HTML
 * @param baseUri base URI of document (i.e. original fetch location), for resolving relative URLs.
 *
 * @return Document, with empty head, and HTML parsed into body
 */
public static Document parseBodyFragment(String bodyHtml, String baseUri) {
    Document doc = Document.createShell(baseUri);
    Element body = doc.body();
    List<Node> nodeList = parseFragment(bodyHtml, body, baseUri);
    Node[] nodes = nodeList.toArray(new Node[nodeList.size()]); // the node list gets modified when re-parented
    for (int i = nodes.length - 1; i > 0; i--) {
        nodes[i].remove();
    }
    for (Node node : nodes) {
        body.appendChild(node);
    }
    return doc;
}
 
Example 8
Source Project: astor   File: Cleaner.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
public boolean isValidBodyHtml(String bodyHtml) {
    Document clean = Document.createShell("");
    Document dirty = Document.createShell("");
    ParseErrorList errorList = ParseErrorList.tracking(1);
    List<Node> nodes = Parser.parseFragment(bodyHtml, dirty.body(), "", errorList);
    dirty.body().insertChildren(0, nodes);
    int numDiscarded = copySafeNodes(dirty.body(), clean.body());
    return numDiscarded == 0 && errorList.size() == 0;
}
 
Example 9
Source Project: astor   File: Parser.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Parse a fragment of HTML into the {@code body} of a Document.
 *
 * @param bodyHtml fragment of HTML
 * @param baseUri base URI of document (i.e. original fetch location), for resolving relative URLs.
 *
 * @return Document, with empty head, and HTML parsed into body
 */
public static Document parseBodyFragment(String bodyHtml, String baseUri) {
    Document doc = Document.createShell(baseUri);
    Element body = doc.body();
    List<Node> nodeList = parseFragment(bodyHtml, body, baseUri);
    Node[] nodes = nodeList.toArray(new Node[nodeList.size()]); // the node list gets modified when re-parented
    for (int i = nodes.length - 1; i > 0; i--) {
        nodes[i].remove();
    }
    for (Node node : nodes) {
        body.appendChild(node);
    }
    return doc;
}
 
Example 10
@Test
public void testCreatesValidProlog() {
    Document document = Document.createShell("");
    document.outputSettings().syntax(Syntax.xml);
    document.charset(Charset.forName("utf-8"));
    assertEquals("<?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"UTF-8\"?>\n" +
        "<html>\n" +
        " <head></head>\n" +
        " <body></body>\n" +
        "</html>", document.outerHtml());
}
 
Example 11
Source Project: astor   File: Cleaner.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
public boolean isValidBodyHtml(String bodyHtml) {
    Document clean = Document.createShell("");
    Document dirty = Document.createShell("");
    ParseErrorList errorList = ParseErrorList.tracking(1);
    List<Node> nodes = Parser.parseFragment(bodyHtml, dirty.body(), "", errorList);
    dirty.body().insertChildren(0, nodes);
    int numDiscarded = copySafeNodes(dirty.body(), clean.body());
    return numDiscarded == 0 && errorList.size() == 0;
}
 
Example 12
Source Project: astor   File: Parser.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Parse a fragment of HTML into the {@code body} of a Document.
 *
 * @param bodyHtml fragment of HTML
 * @param baseUri base URI of document (i.e. original fetch location), for resolving relative URLs.
 *
 * @return Document, with empty head, and HTML parsed into body
 */
public static Document parseBodyFragment(String bodyHtml, String baseUri) {
    Document doc = Document.createShell(baseUri);
    Element body = doc.body();
    List<Node> nodeList = parseFragment(bodyHtml, body, baseUri);
    Node[] nodes = nodeList.toArray(new Node[nodeList.size()]); // the node list gets modified when re-parented
    for (int i = nodes.length - 1; i > 0; i--) {
        nodes[i].remove();
    }
    for (Node node : nodes) {
        body.appendChild(node);
    }
    return doc;
}
 
Example 13
@Test
public void testCreatesValidProlog() {
    Document document = Document.createShell("");
    document.outputSettings().syntax(Syntax.xml);
    document.charset(Charset.forName("utf-8"));
    assertEquals("<?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"UTF-8\"?>\n" +
        "<html>\n" +
        " <head></head>\n" +
        " <body></body>\n" +
        "</html>", document.outerHtml());
}
 
Example 14
Source Project: jsoup-learning   File: Parser.java    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Parse a fragment of HTML into the {@code body} of a Document.
 *
 * @param bodyHtml fragment of HTML
 * @param baseUri base URI of document (i.e. original fetch location), for resolving relative URLs.
 *
 * @return Document, with empty head, and HTML parsed into body
 */
public static Document parseBodyFragment(String bodyHtml, String baseUri) {
    Document doc = Document.createShell(baseUri);
    Element body = doc.body();
    List<Node> nodeList = parseFragment(bodyHtml, body, baseUri);
    Node[] nodes = nodeList.toArray(new Node[nodeList.size()]); // the node list gets modified when re-parented
    for (Node node : nodes) {
        body.appendChild(node);
    }
    return doc;
}
 
Example 15
Source Project: astor   File: Cleaner.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 3 votes vote down vote up
/**
 Determines if the input document <b>body</b>is valid, against the whitelist. It is considered valid if all the tags and attributes
 in the input HTML are allowed by the whitelist, and that there is no content in the <code>head</code>.
 <p>
 This method can be used as a validator for user input. An invalid document will still be cleaned successfully
 using the {@link #clean(Document)} document. If using as a validator, it is recommended to still clean the document
 to ensure enforced attributes are set correctly, and that the output is tidied.
 </p>
 @param dirtyDocument document to test
 @return true if no tags or attributes need to be removed; false if they do
 */
public boolean isValid(Document dirtyDocument) {
    Validate.notNull(dirtyDocument);

    Document clean = Document.createShell(dirtyDocument.baseUri());
    int numDiscarded = copySafeNodes(dirtyDocument.body(), clean.body());
    return numDiscarded == 0
        && dirtyDocument.head().childNodes().size() == 0; // because we only look at the body, but we start from a shell, make sure there's nothing in the head
}
 
Example 16
Source Project: astor   File: Cleaner.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 3 votes vote down vote up
/**
 Determines if the input document <b>body</b>is valid, against the whitelist. It is considered valid if all the tags and attributes
 in the input HTML are allowed by the whitelist, and that there is no content in the <code>head</code>.
 <p>
 This method can be used as a validator for user input. An invalid document will still be cleaned successfully
 using the {@link #clean(Document)} document. If using as a validator, it is recommended to still clean the document
 to ensure enforced attributes are set correctly, and that the output is tidied.
 </p>
 @param dirtyDocument document to test
 @return true if no tags or attributes need to be removed; false if they do
 */
public boolean isValid(Document dirtyDocument) {
    Validate.notNull(dirtyDocument);

    Document clean = Document.createShell(dirtyDocument.baseUri());
    int numDiscarded = copySafeNodes(dirtyDocument.body(), clean.body());
    return numDiscarded == 0
        && dirtyDocument.head().childNodes().size() == 0; // because we only look at the body, but we start from a shell, make sure there's nothing in the head
}
 
Example 17
Source Project: Man-Man   File: Utils.java    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 3 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Loads CSS from assets folder according to selected theme.
 * Fragment should be in attached state for this
 *
 * @param context context to retrieve theme properties from
 * @param url base url of page
 * @param htmlContent page with content to splatter color on...
 * @return html string
 */
public static String getWebWithCss(@NonNull Context context, @NonNull String url, @Nullable String htmlContent) {
    SharedPreferences prefs = PreferenceManager.getDefaultSharedPreferences(context);
    final String theme = prefs.getString("app.theme", "light");

    Document doc = Document.createShell(url);
    doc.head().append("<link rel=\"stylesheet\" href=\"file:///android_asset/css/" + theme + ".css\" type=\"text/css\" media=\"all\" title=\"Standard\"/>");
    return doc.html().replace("<body>", "<body>" + htmlContent); // ugly hack, huh? Well, why don't you come up with something?
}